A Grand Scheme From Glasgow Warriors

Pic: Warriors Mike Roberts, Moray Low and Andy Newman have been pondering the sums and know that the Grand Scheme makes sense for clubs.As Glasgow Warriors prepare to take on Munster at Hughenden on Friday night, the club has launched a new initiative for Glasgow rugby clubs a?" a??A Grand Schemea?".The scheme means that Glasgow District (North and South) rugby clubs will be able to earn commission on ticket sales for the Warriorsa?" Magners League matches by selling match tickets through their club. At the end of the season, the club that has sold the most tickets will be awarded A?1000.On top of the A?1000, clubs will also be earning monthly money through ticket sales._The match by match commission would see clubs gaining 25% commission on sales between A?100 - A?200 and 50% on sales above A?200._Warriors head coach Sean Lineen, said: a??I would urge club members to come down and support the Warriors as they compete in the Magners League._The team would love to play in front of as big a home crowd as possible, so this is a great opportunity for clubs to show their support and get behind the team.a??This offer is a further opportunity for clubs and the Warriors to work together in the community and unite to ensure that professional and club rugby in Glasgow remains as strong as it can be over the coming season.Clubs interested in taking part in the scheme should contact the Warriors office on 01236 702 022 or the SRU ticket centre on 0131 346 5100 for further information.Pic: Warriors Mike Roberts, Moray Low and Andy Newman have been pondering the sums and know that the Grand Scheme makes sense for clubs.As Glasgow Warriors prepare to take on Munster at Hughenden on Friday night, the club has launched a new initiative for Glasgow rugby clubs a?" a??A Grand Schemea?".The scheme means that Glasgow District (North and South) rugby clubs will be able to earn commission on ticket sales for the Warriorsa?" Magners League matches by selling match tickets through their club. At the end of the season, the club that has sold the most tickets will be awarded A?1000.On top of the A?1000, clubs will also be earning monthly money through ticket sales._The match by match commission would see clubs gaining 25% commission on sales between A?100 - A?200 and 50% on sales above A?200._Warriors head coach Sean Lineen, said: a??I would urge club members to come down and support the Warriors as they compete in the Magners League._The team would love to play in front of as big a home crowd as possible, so this is a great opportunity for clubs to show their support and get behind the team.a??This offer is a further opportunity for clubs and the Warriors to work together in the community and unite to ensure that professional and club rugby in Glasgow remains as strong as it can be over the coming season.Clubs interested in taking part in the scheme should contact the Warriors office on 01236 702 022 or the SRU ticket centre on 0131 346 5100 for further information.